Don't-Miss OS X Mountain Lion Stories
In this week's Mac 101, Professor Breen describes how to make and receive FaceTime video calls.
Today's Mac 911 is a grab bag of big questions with little answers.
Frequent contributor Jeff Carlson had complained that Photo Stream images are difficult to access without opening iPhoto or Aperture. Chris Breen provides a solution.
If someone has physical access to your Mac and you've taken no steps to encrypt its data, it's game over. Chris Breen explains.
Ted Landau explains that updating apps in iTunes just got easier with version 11.0.3.
Last week, Professor Breen took you on an extensive tour of Messages. This week, he wraps up the topic by looking at the application's screen-sharing, remote presentation, and archiving abilities.
In this week's lesson, Dr. Breen (honorary) begins his exploration of Mountain Lion's Messages application.
Ted Landau finds that when it comes to TextEdit's inability to save files, it's better to quit (and restart) than fight.
In his next lesson, Chris Breen shows those new to Mountain Lion how to get the most out of the Reminders application.
Host Philip Michaels speaks with Chris Breen about the Mac mini he's set up as a media server.
With a little Automator drag-and-drop folder action you can easily upload new folders to an FTP server.
You want one box to manage all of your local and online media. Could the Mac mini be that box? Chris Breen says the answer could be yes if you're technically inclined, but maybe not for the whole family.
Dr. Breen (not a real doctor or Ph.D) delves into Mountain Lion's Contacts application.
Sure, you can perform tweaks of media files in one application or another, but Automator allows you to do them more quickly without leaving the Finder.
You've followed Chris Breen's advice for creating a digital signature in Preview yet your John Hancock appears vertical instead of the other. He offers two workarounds.